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Concert/Fundraiser for MHS Band Students Marching in Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

Pizza Plus, 208 S. Barstow St. Eau Claire, WI 54701
UNITED FEDERATION OF SWING MACY'S THANKSGIVING DAY PARADE FUNDRAISING EVENT: Come out and show your support in sending Memorial High School senior band students Lucas Larson (trumpet), Basil Hable (trombone), and director Eric Dasher to this year's Macy's Thanksgiving Parade in NYC! Music provided by United Federation of Swing (featuring Larson and Hable) and special guests from the MHS Jazz program. Pizza Plus is generously donating 10% of all sales from 7 to 9 for this fundraising effort. Lets show these students that the Eau Claire community supports this honorable selection into the Macy's Great American Band and bring the whole family out for an evening of delicious food and excellent music!

Leanne Lefebvre Larson, 715-222-8262


"A Fall Afternoon with Brahms"

Gantner Concert Hall, Haas Fine Arts Center, UWEC
The Chippewa Valley Youth Symphony encourages you to watch Western Wisconsin’s Premiere Youth Symphony for a night of entertainment and relaxation for the ears. As a group over 75 musicians, the youth symphony is filled with diverse, lively and talented students.

Please warm the concert hall and support the young boys and girls for this classical concert, “A Fall Afternoon with Brahms”. Musicians will be playing pieces by Joahannes Brahms, Camille Saint-Saens, Pascual Marquina Narro, Robert Sheldon, and Ottorino Respighi. Admission includes $5 for adults, and children and students with school ID are free. Selections are below.

Bacchanale – Camille Saint-Saens, arr. Isaac
Hungarian Rhapsody – Johannes Brahms
Espani Cani – Pascual Marquina Narro
Brahm’s 1st symphony, 4th movement – Johannes Brahms
Resurgences – Robert Sheldon


Chippewa Valley Youth Symphony
715-955-4085
info@cvyouthsymphony.org



Chippewa Valley Youth Symphony

Gantner Concert Hall, Haas Fine Arts Center, UWEC
The Chippewa Valley Youth Symphony encourages you to watch Southern Wisconsin’s Premiere Youth Symphony for a night of entertainment and relaxation for the ears. As a group of 70 musicians, the youth symphony is filled with diverse, lively and talented students.

Please warm the concert hall and support the young boys and girls for this classical concert, “A Fall Afternoon with Brahms”. Musicians will be playing pieces by Joahannes Brahms, Camille Saint-Saens, Pascual Marquina Narro, Robert Sheldon, and Ottorino Respighi. Admission includes $5 for adults, and children and students with school ID are free. Selections are below.

Bacchanale – Camille Saint-Saens, arr. Isaac
Hungarian Rhapsody – Johannes Brahms
Espani Cani – Pascual Marquina Narro
Brahm’s 1st symphony, 4th movement – Johannes Brahms
Resurgences – Robert Sheldon
Pines of Rome – Ottorino Respighi, arr. Bulla

Chippewa Valley Youth Symphony
info@cvyouthsymphony.org
(715)955-4085



Chippewa Valley Concert Band Fall Concert

Mayo Clinic Health Systems Hospital Auditorium
Join the Chippewa Valley Concert Band as they celebrate our American musical heritage with "Jazz! The American Art Form." The CVCB's annual salute to Veterans will also be featured. Free admission for veterans, $7 adults, $5 seniors and students

Rebecca Burmesch (715) 597-6609 chippewavalleyconcertband@gmail.com


Harvest of Harmony Cabaret

High School Gym, Colfax, Wi
LADIES BARBERSHOP SHOW
MUSIC SHE WROTE...."A Musical Mystery"..2:00 pm dessert &refreshments...5:15 pm soup and dessert dinner.

Leah Buerkle..715-556-3267
Chris Thome..715-456-1577
Pat Eggert..715-962-3903



Eliza's Toyes English Holidays

Heyde Center for the Arts, 3 South High Street, Chippewa Falls, WI 54729
Six of the singers from Eliza’s Toyes will help us celebrate the holiday season with a cappella English sacred music from the medieval period through early Renaissance music. They reinvigorate these ancient works with their lively performances and show that madrigals are fun! In the summer of 2005, a few singers in the Madison Early Music Festival decided to get together and delight themselves by singing madrigals. As a result the group, Eliza’s Toyes, was born, and continues to share this wonderful body of music. Website: www.toyes.info
Admission: adults $11, seniors $10, youth $5


Debra Johnson, Executive Director
715-726-9000
www.cvca.net